Video number seven is probably our favorite video this month and introduces us to the awesome talent of Opāru for her song, “Ghost to Follow.” This one deserves to be played again and again, and enjoyed more and more every time. It reminds us of Burning Man.
Check out the feature on their website. It’s even easier to read if you download it directly. I’m on page 110.
Photo by Ellie Owen. Leading single ‘Ghost To Follow’ is about living in the shadow of yourself and the hope of acceptance from someone else. Opāru expresses, “You are so strong and wise and powerful but you live in the shadow of who you really are so that people around you will accept you. You’re…
The song “The Deep End” has been doing great and getting tons of press all over the world. The latest is from World Arts Blog and is below. 🙂 Opâru releases new video for “The Deep End”!
Hey guys so this week I’m happy to say that Remember Me music video now has over 50,000 views on FB. This is amazing news and I thank all of you for making it happen! <3
Latest review of Oparu’s newest song Remember Me! You can see more here! http://www.blogdellamusica.eu/t/oparu/
Fame Magazine just did their launch of the Debut for Oparu’s Remember Me Lyric Video. I’m so excited. Thank you guys! “Oparu is the exciting project by Los Angeles based songwriter, singer and actress Dianna St. Hilaire. Now the self taught artist, premieres the aptly intriguing visuals by Kim Fowley, to accompanying her debut track…
Thank you to Merchants of Air for you write up on Oparu. I think it’s time for something a bit calmer, and we’ve found just the thing we need. Oparu is the musical endeavor of Los Angeles based songwriter, singer and actress Dianna St. Hilaire. According to the artist, the music can be described as…
Electrowow is awesome. Thank you so much for the review! http://www.electrowow.net/2017/02/watch-this-oparu-remember-me.html
The Dope Show Directed by Matt Champagne, Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter Oparu presents the debut video for her tranquil single “Remember Me” produced by Josh Stevens. Set to the tone of the song’s dream-like pop-electro vibe, the video takes us on a ethereal trek through the desert for a lost love. https://thedopeshowonline.com/2017/01/24/new-video-oparu-remember-me/